[PW] Looking for local cable TV channel offerings from 1985

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 9 14:34:58 PST 2015

A good thought, but New Milford isn't Nearly large enough to have warranted its own edition at that time, nor in the remaining years of TV GUIDE regional editions afterward. The possibility of the remaining contracts with the local community in the New Milford archives is promising, if also iffy that they would go into detail beyond the local access channel negotiations. Even THE CABLE GUIDE editions would cover the area around New Milford and probably make mention of the specific New Milford cable arrays (local origination from libraries and schools, cable access, etc.)

Todd Mason

On Monday, November 9, 2015 5:17 PM, Michael J. Lowrey <orangemike at gmail.com> wrote:
The other possibility that occurs to me is that IF there was an edition of
TV Guide with New Milford-specific listings, a table of those would be a

On Mon, Nov 9, 2015 at 2:16 PM, Erin Johnson <ejohnson at biblio.org> wrote:

> Hello,
> We had a reference question at the desk today that we cannot make heads or
> tales of, a patron asked for the Cablevision New Milford (CT) list of
> available channels from December 1st 1985. Our local paper on microfilm
> doesn't have that info, Cablevision itself holds no record of "channel
> keep" before 2012, and they had no source for reliable information to
> direct me toward.
> Does anyone know of a way to track this information down?
> Many Thanks,
> Erin
> *Erin Johnson*
> *Digital Literacy Associate*
> *New Milford Public Library*
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